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21/04/2017 The Canadian Circumstances of Death Register records that Private Bradley was last seen during an attack near Courcelette on the evening of 16th September 1916. He had been wounded. Since then no information had been received concerning him.
10/01/2016 Private Bradley was admitted to hospital for a month on 18th December 1915. He returned his unit in April 1916.
10/01/2016 From the Toronto Star dated 4th January 1917: Now believed killed
10/01/2016 Private Alex Bradley, who formerly lived at 402 Church Street, is today reported missing and believed killed in action. Private Bradley was 44 years of age when he enlisted in the 74th Battalion. He went overseas with a reinforcing draft in July 1915. Before coming to Toronto, where he had lived for three years, he had also served with the Imperial forces. He was reported wounded in October. A brother lives at Heyburn-on-Tyne.
10/01/2016 Alexander Bradley was born on 16th August 1871 in Tobermore, according to his attestation papers.
10/01/2016 Alex had been with the Londonderry Artillery for two years. He also spent two years with the 61st Imperial Yeomanry
10/01/2016 Alex Bradley emigrated to Toronto, Canada around 1913.
10/01/2016 Prior to enlisting, Alex worked as a miner. He was living at 402 Church Street, Toronto.
10/01/2016 Private Bradley went overseas with a reinforcing draft in July 1915.
10/01/2016 He was transferred to the 60th Battalion on 6th June 1916.
10/01/2016 Private Alexander Bradley was reported wounded, missing and officially confirmed as killed in action on 16th September 1916. He was 45 years old.
10/01/2016 Private Alexander Bradley has no known grave and is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial near Arras in France.
10/01/2016 Alexander Bradley enlisted with the 74th Battalion on 28th July 1915 in Toronto. He gave his next of kin as his brother, Samuel Bradley, who was living at 65 St Rouleaux, Heyburn on Tyne, England.
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